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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

Grade: 11 Quarter:FIRST AND SECOND


Core Subject Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH No. of Hours/ Quarter: 20 hours
Pre-requisite (if needed):

Core Subject Description:Physical Education and Health offers experiential learning for learners to adopt an active life for fitness and lifelong health. The
knowledge, skills and understanding which include physical and health literacy competencies support them in accessing, synthesizing and evaluating
information; making informed decisions; enhancing and advocating their own as well as others’ fitness and health.

This course on exercise for fitness enables the learner to set goals , monitor one’s participation in aerobic and muscle- and bone-strengthening activities and
constantly evaluate how well one has integrated this into one’s personal lifestyle. It consists of an array of offerings which learners can choose from.

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD
The learner... The learner...
1. Distinguishes aerobic from muscle-and
PEH11FH-Ia-1
Health-optimizing Demonstrates Leads fitness events with bone-strengthening activities
P.E. (H.O.P.E.) 1 understanding of proficiency and confidence
fitness and exercise in resulting in independent 2. Explains how to optimize the energy PEH11FH-Ib-c-2
Exercise for Fitness optimizing one’s health pursuit and in influencing systems for safe and improved performance
as a habit; as others positively
a.Aerobic activities requisite for PA 3. Relates health behaviors (eating habits,
performance, and as a sleep and stress management) to health PEH11FH-Id-3
b.Muscle- and bone career opportunity risks factors and PA performance
strengthening
activities (resistance 4. Differentiates types of eating (fueling for
training) performance, emotional eating, social
PEH11FH-Ie-4
eating, eating while watching tv or sports
events)

5. Recognizes the role of PAs in managing


PEH11FH-If-5
one’s stress

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD

6. Self-assesses health-related fitness (HRF).


status, barriers to PA participation and one’s PEH11FH-Ig-i-6
diet

7. Sets FITT goals based on training principles


PEH11FH-Ii-j-7
to achieve and/or maintain HRF.

8. Engages in moderate to vigorous physical


activities (MVPAs) for at least 60 minutes
most days of the week in a variety of PEH11FH-Ia-t-8
settings in- and out-of school

9. Analyzes physiological indicators such as


heart rate, rate of perceived exertion and
pacing associated with MVPAs to PEH11FH-Ik-t-9
monitor and/or adjust participation or
effort.

10. Observes personal safety protocol to avoid


dehydration, overexertion, hypo- and PEH11FH-Ik-t-10
hyperthermia during MVPA participation

11. Identifies school and community resources


PEH11FH-Ii-j-11
in case of an injury or emergency

12. Demonstrates proper etiquette and safety in


PEH11FH-Ia-t-12
the use of facilities and equipment

13. Participates in an organized event that


PEH11FH-Ik-o-13
addresses health/fitness issues and concerns

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD

14. Recognizes the value of optimizing one’s


PEH11FH-Id-t-14
health through participation in PAs

15. Displays initiative, responsibility and


PEH11FH-Ik-t-15
leadership in fitness activities

16. Realizes one’s potential for health-and


PEH11FH-Ip-q-16
fitness related career opportunities

17. Organizes fitness event for a target health


PEH11FH-Io-t-17
issue or concern

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

Grade: 11 Quarter:THIRD AND FOURTH


Core Subject Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH No. of Hours/ Quarter: 20 hours
Pre-requisite (if needed):

Core Subject Description:Physical Education and Health offers experiential learning forlearners to adopt an active life for fitness and lifelong health. The
knowledge, skills and understanding which include physical and health literacy competencies support them in accessing, synthesizing and evaluating
information; making informed decisions; enhancing and advocating their own as well as others’ fitness and health.

This course is comprised of individual, dual and team sports in competitive and recreational settings.It consists of an array of offerings which learners can
choose from.

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD
The learner... The learner...

Health-optimizing Demonstrates Leads sports events with 1. Discusses the nature of the different sports PEH11FH-IIa-18
P.E. (H.O.P.E.) 2 understanding of proficiency and confidence activities
sports in optimizing resulting in independent
Sports one’s health as a habit; pursuit and in influencing 2. Explains how to optimize the energy PEH11FH-IIb-c-2
as requisite for PA others positively systems for safe and improved performance
a. Individual performance, and as a
and Dual career opportunity 3. Illustrates the relationship of health
sports behaviors (eating habits, sleep and stress
PEH11FH-IId-3
management) to health risks factors and PA
b. Team performance
sport
4. Differentiates types of eating (fueling for
performance, emotional eating, social
PEH11FH-IIe-4
eating, eating while watching tv or sports
events)

5. Describes the role of PAs in managing one’s


PEH11FH-IIf-5
stress

6. Self-assesses health-related fitness PEH11FH-IIg-i-6

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD
(HRF)status, barriers to PA participation and
one’s diet

7. Sets FITT goals based on training principles


PEH11FH-IIi-j-7
to achieve and/or maintain HRF.

8. Engages in moderate to vigorous physical


activities (MVPAs) for at least 60 minutes
most days of the week in a variety of PEH11FH-IIa-t-8
settings in- and out-of school

9. Analyzes physiological indicators such as


heart rate, rate of perceived exertion and
pacing associated with MVPAs to PEH11FH-IIk-t-9
monitor and/or adjust participation or
effort.

10. Observes personal safety protocol to avoid


dehydration, overexertion, hypo- and PEH11FH-IIk-t-10
hyperthermia during MVPA participation

11. Identifies school and community resources


PEH11FH-IIi-j-11
in case of an injury or emergency

12. Demonstrates proper etiquette and safety in


PEH11FH-IIa-t-12
the use of facilities and equipment

13. Participates in an organized event that


PEH11FH-IIk-o-13
addresses health/sports issues and concerns

14. Explains the value of optimizing one’s health


PEH11FH-IId-t-14
through participation in PAs

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD

15. Displays initiative, responsibility and


PEH11FH-IIk-t-15
leadership in sports activities

16. Recognizes one’s potential for health-and


PEH11FH-IIp-q-16
sports related career opportunities

17. Organizes sports event for a target health


PEH11FH-IIo-t-17
issue or concern

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

Grade: 12 Quarter:FIRST AND SECOND


Core Subject Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH No. of Hours/ Quarter: 20 hours
Pre-requisite (if needed):

Core Subject Description:Physical Education and Health offers experiential learning for learners to adopt an active life for fitness and lifelong health. The
knowledge, skills and understanding which include physical and health literacy competencies support them in accessing, synthesizing and evaluating
information; making informed decisions; enhancing and advocating their own as well as others’ fitness and health.

This course on dance includes rhythmical movement patterns; the promotion and appreciation of Philippine folk dance, indigenous and traditional dances as
well as other dance forms. It consists of an array of offerings which learners can choose from.

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD
The learner... The learner...
1. Discusses the nature of the different dances
PEH12FH-Ia-19
Health-optimizing Demonstrates Leads dance events with
P.E. (H.O.P.E.) 3 understanding of proficiency and confidence 2. Explains how to optimize the energy PEH12FH-Ib-c-2
dance in optimizing resulting in independent systems for safe and improved performance
Dance one’s health; as pursuit and in influencing
requisite for PA others positively 3. Describes the connection of health
a. Traditional performance, and as a behaviors (eating habits, sleep and stress
PEH12FH-Id-3
(folk and career opportunity management) to health risks factors and PA
ethnic) performance

b. Modern and 4. Differentiates types of eating (fueling for


contemporary performance, emotional eating, social
PEH12FH-Ie-4
eating, eating while watching tv or dance
c. Ballroom events)
(recreational
and
competitive) 5. Explains the role of PAs in managing one’s
PEH12FH-If-5
stress

d. Cheer dance 6. Self-assesses health-related fitness PEH12FH-Ig-i-6


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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD
(HRF).status, barriers to PA participation
e. Hip- and one’s diet
hop/street
dance 7. Sets FITT goals based on training principles
PEH12FH-Ii-j-7
to achieve and/or maintain HRF.
f. Festival
dance 8. Engages in moderate to vigorous physical
activities (MVPAs) for at least 60 minutes
most days of the week in a variety of PEH12FH-Ia-t-8
settings in- and out-of school

9. Analyzes physiological indicators such as


heart rate, rate of perceived exertion and
pacing associated with MVPAs to PEH12FH-Ik-t-9
monitor and/or adjust participation or
effort.

10. Observes personal safety protocol to avoid


dehydration, overexertion, hypo- and PEH12FH-Ik-t-10
hyperthermia during MVPA participation

11. Identifies school and community resources


PEH12FH-Ii-j-11
in case of an injury or emergency

12. Demonstrates proper etiquette and safety in


PEH12FH-Ia-t-12
the use of facilities and equipment

13. Participates in an organized event that


PEH12FH-Ik-o-13
addresses health/dance issues and concerns

14. Explains the value of optimizing one’s health


PEH12FH-Id-t-14
through participation in PAs

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD

15. Displays initiative, responsibility and


PEH12FH-Ik-t-15
leadership in sports activities

16. Recognizes one’s potential for health-and


PEH12FH-Ip-q-16
dance related career opportunities

17. Organizes dance event for a target health


PEH12FH-Io-t-17
issue or concern

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

Grade: 12 Quarter:THIRD AND FOURTH


Core Subject Title: PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTH No. of Hours/ Quarter: 20 hours
Pre-requisite (if needed):

Core Subject Description:Physical Education and Health offers experiential learning for learners to adopt an active life for fitness and lifelong health. The
knowledge, skills and understanding which include physical and health literacy competencies support them in accessing, synthesizing and evaluating
information; making informed decisions; enhancing and advocating their own as well as others’ fitness and health.

This course on recreational activities are associated with outdoor, natural or semi-natural settings; it enables learners to move safely and competently in
these settings while making a positive relationship with natural environments and promoting their sustainable use. It consists of an array of offerings which
learners can choose from.

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD
The learner... The learner...

Health-optimizing PE Demonstrates Leads recreational events 1. Discusses the nature of different PEH12FH-IIa-20
(H.O.P.E.) 4 understanding of with proficiency and recreational activities
recreation in confidence resulting in
Recreational optimizing one’s independent pursuit and in 2. Explains how to optimize the energy
Activities PEH12FH-IIb-c-2
health as a habit; as influencing others systems for safe and improved
requisite for PA positively performance
a. Aquatics performance, and as
a career opportunity 3. Explains relationship of health behaviors
b. Mountaineering (eating habits, sleep and stress
(hiking, trekking, PEH12FH-IId-3
management) to health risks factors and
camping, PA performance
orienteering)
4. Differentiates types of eating (fueling for
performance, emotional eating, social
PEH12FH-IIe-4
eating, eating while watching tv or
recreation events)

5. Describes the role of PAs in managing


PEH12FH-IIf-5
one’s stress

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K to 12 BASIC EDUCATION CURRICULUM
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL – CORE SUBJECT

CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD

6. Self-assesses health-related fitness (HRF)


status, barriers to PA participation and PEH12FH-IIg-i-6
one’s diet

7. Sets FITT goals based on training


principles to achieve and/or maintain PEH12FH-IIi-j-7
HRF.

8. Engages in moderate to vigorous physical


activities (MVPAs) for at least 60 minutes
PEH12FH-IIa-t-8
most days of the week in a variety of
settings in- and out-of school

9. Analyzes physiological indicators such as


heart rate, rate of perceived exertion and
PEH12FH-IIk-t-9
pacing associated with MVPAs to
monitor and/or adjust participation or
effort.

10. Observes personal safety protocol to


avoid dehydration, overexertion, hypo-
PEH12FH-IIk-t-10
and hyperthermia during MVPA
participation

11. Identifies school and community


resources in case of an injury PEH12FH-IIi-j-11
or emergency

12. Demonstrates proper etiquette and safety


PEH12FH-IIa-t-12
in the use of facilities and equipment

13. Participates in an organized event that


PEH12FH-IIk-o-13
addresses health/recreation issues
and Education and
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CONTENT PERFORMANCE
CONTENT LEARNING COMPETENCIES CODE
STANDARD STANDARD
concerns

14. Recognizes the value of optimizing one’s


PEH12FH-IId-t-14
health through participation in PAs

15. Displays initiative, responsibility and


PEH12FH-IIk-t-15
leadership in recreational activities

16. Recognizes one’s potential for health-and


PEH12FH-IIp-q-16
recreation-related career opportunities

17. Organizes recreational event for a target


PEH12FH-IIo-t-17
health issue or concern

Code Book Legend

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Sample: PEH11FH-Ia-1

LEGEND SAMPLE

Learning Area and Strand/ Subject or


Physical Education and Health
Specialization
First Entry PEH11

Grade Level Grade 11

Domain/Content/
Uppercase Letter/s
Component/ Topic
Fitness and Health FH

-
Roman Numeral
Quarter First Quarter I
*Zero if no specific quarter
Lowercase Letter/s
*Put a hyphen (-) in between letters to indicate Week Week one a
more than a specific week
-

Arabic Number Competency distinguishes aerobic from muscle-and 1


bone-strengthening activities

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